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What is the Attorney Breakfast Club? Seats Available!

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Blog | 3 comments

The Attorney Breakfast Club has the following seats available. For more information or to reserve your seat, please contact cdemoya@attorneybreakfastclub.com

Available Seats:

  • Appellate Law
  • Bankruptcy Law – SOLD
  • Civil Rights Law
  • Collections Law
  • Commercial Bankruptcy
  • Commercial Litigation – SOLD
  • Construction Law – SOLD
  • Corporate Law – SOLD
  • Criminal Defense – SOLD
  • Disability Law
  • Elder Law – SOLD
  • Employment Law – SOLD
  • Entertainment Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Family Law – SOLD
  • Foreclosure Defense Law
  • Insurance Defense – SOLD
  • Immigration Law – SOLD
  • International Law
  • Mass Torts/Class Action
  • Mediation – SOLD
  • Patent and Trademark Law – SOLD
  • Personal Injury Law – SOLD
  • PIP Suit Insurance Law- SOLD
  • Probate and Estate Law – SOLD
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  • Sports Law
  • Tax Law
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Woman Presumed Dead After Accident on a Carnival Cruise Ship

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

By Aronfeld Trial Lawyers

We may never know why Rina Patel, a 32-year-old woman from Interlaken, New York, fell overboard from the Carnival Ecstasy as the ship sailed near Grand Bahama earlier this month.  Ms. Patel was last seen alive on Deck 11 shortly before dawn, and according to Carnival Cruise Line, she allegedly jumped.  Ms. Patel was on […]

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Suing a Cruise Line for Rough Seas

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

By Spencer Aronfeld

Suing a cruise line for Injuries Due To Rough Seas People injured on a cruise ship from slipping, tripping, or falling should consider whether the ship’s movement played a role in the incident.  Often large cruise ships on strict itineraries plow through high winds and rough seas to deliver passengers to ports on time, so they […]

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Crew Member Tossed Overboard After Cruise Ship Accident

Posted by on Sep 20, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

By Aronfeld Trial Lawyers

The search for Natalie Molina, a crew member of the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship, has finally been suspended after a rigorous search that began early last Thursday morning. The Coast Guard was notified about the incident at around 5:30 AM when Miss Molina could not be found in her cabin.  They immediately launched a search […]

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Greatest Protection Under Lien Law

Posted by on Sep 20, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Greatest Protection Under Lien Law

By Alexander Barthet

Sometimes those performing work on a job site don’t easily fall into the category of a subcontractor or supplier.

Laborer

A laborer, generally defined as any person other than an architect, landscape architect, engineer, surveyor or mapper, is someone who, under a properly authorized contract, personally provides services or performs labor on the site of the improvement which benefit the real property. And that laborer is generally extended the greatest protection under Florida lien law while having to comply with the least amount of statutory prerequisites to enforce a lien. As an example, a laborer need not serve a notice to owner to perfect his or her lien. The rationale for exempting laborers from certain notice requirements is that an individual laborer will not work long without pay and consequently will not have a large claim unknown to the owner or general contractor.

Labor Pool

A labor pool is not a laborer. Florida law clearly distinguishes between those who personally perform work and those who merely furnish persons to do that work. Such a business entity does not fall within the definition of a laborer. For all practical purposes, a labor pool or temporary labor supply company is a subcontractor and as such must comply with all established notice requirements.

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Tragedy Aboard World’s Largest Cruise Ship

Posted by on Sep 14, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

By Aronfeld Trial Lawyers

Tragedy aboard RCCL’s Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship ever built:  a 42- year-old crew member from the Philippines was killed, and four others were seriously injured when a lifeboat detached from the ship during a safety drill while the vessel was docked in the Port of Marseille, France. Our lawyers and […]

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